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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 November 1893

I fl rh !Hircn Jf/jfi/ JOHN P. MATTSOX, Editor and Prop. WARRFN~ I MINN Iff 1552 books on geometry and as tronomy were destroyed in England as savoring of magic. A MAINK man used the profits of his pumpkin field to pay the expenses of himself and his wife to the world's fair. A XEW railroad line between Kw York and Boston, which will, shorten the distance thirty miles, is to be built at an early day. A SOCIAL philosopher averts that within a few generations women will till all the clerical positions and young men will be doing housework. AMONG the articles deposited in the 'lost and found bureau" at the world's fair vsere three sets of false teeth, twb of which were called for by the owners* FOR fast cruisers we beat them all. The Columbia's big speed of 24Jtf knots an hour places hei at the fore front and makes her the "Gem of the Ocean A SWARM of flies will make their ap pearance at a car window and easily keep pace with the train, even though it be rushing across the country 40 m...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 November 1893

I I \f f% HAVE TON E, Q. 3 "l 3* ^-K-. '& ^EnBuHo^ PERFECT W I AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. IheGornettPiapCo.,5^^1 BOSTON GHESTWEICHT FOR YOUR HOME. ADDRESS- nuUpson & Hart Co. Unionville, Conn. TRADE MARIO, DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN' & CO, Sol BltoADWAV, NEW YOttZ. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Every patent taken out by us is brought before the public by a notice given free of charge In the Largest circulation of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly illustrated No Intelligent man should be without it. Weekly. 83.041 a ear 9L&0 six months Address MONN CO* PDBU&HZB3,36'1 Broadway, New York City. Mention this paper. LlQHT. I QR\CEFUL. 5TRONQ. I Pneumatic Tires, $150.0O. i SEND FOR CATALOGUE. lose. 1 t^J. Mot *v I Of the world, and in 400 American towns. 400 more agents wanted. Write for proposition. *^f ff'%*fl'f f'ji'ij1'''"flMjUpi SC O LAJ 1 ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 30 November 1893

!i 1 ,v. I-1 i i i 3 UtiXi^l J.P.MATT80N, Editor and Proprietor. O/flcul PtMral Martkali County. Thursday, Nov. $otb. 1893. LET US give thanks to-day to the fiiver of every good and perfect gift, for the blessings we have received, nnd the evils we have avoided. MAMMA-NOW, Teddy, we must all try and give up something while times are so hard. TeddyI'm will ing. MarnnaWhatwUHt be,dear? TeddySoap.Inter Ocean. Midway News: The issue was not between the Republicans and the Democrats, but between gold bugs andthesilverites. Free trade and gold are the John Bull policy, protection and silver is the true American doc trine. SCHOOL-MASTER." Why was it that his great discovery was not pro perly appreciated until long after Co lumbus wns dead?" Nineteenth-Century School-Boy. ''Because he didn't advertise* sir" Tit-Bits, tm For Farmers. A very fine Photographic View of the World's Fair, 8 10 inches in siee, the work of the Official Photo grapher of the United StatesGovern ment, and accompanied ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 December 1893

I Volume XIV. Home and County News L. A. SLEE buys furs. Whitney leads in low prices. Remember the half price Millinery sale at Whitney's. H. F* Etfrink, of Bloomer, was in the city yesterday. A. Grindeland was at Stephen Tuesday on legal business. Frank Seun was on the sick list for a few days last week. Ole Swanson has been laid up with a severe cold for several days. E. E. Graham has moved into town with his family for the winter. Notiee the advertisement of Mil linery goods at half price at WHIT NEY'S. T. Wees, his son, nnd a nephew, started for Ontario on a visit on Tuesday. WANTED: A good girl for gen eral housework. Apply at the resi lience of Prof. W. B. Walters. Cold weather, poor sleighing, dull times, and no money sizes up the situation as we go to press. Rev. and Mrs. James Moody, of St. Hilaire arrived Tuesday to visit friends in this city for a few days. George Butler received a severe kick in the face Sunday from a stal lion which had p,ot loose in the barn. K. J. Tar...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 December 1893

ft'- I '1 aMMI Wit' [rtf1 Volume XIV. Home and County News L. A. SLEE buys furs, Whitney leads in low prices. Remember the half price Millinery sale at Whitney's. F* Elfrink, of Bloomer, was in the city yesterday. A. Grindeland was at Stephen ^Tuesday on legal business. Frank Seigne was on the sick list for a few^days last week. Ole Swanson has been laid up with a severe cold for several days. E. E. Graham has moved into town with his family for the winter. Notice the Advertisement of Mil linery goods at half price at WHIT- NEY'S. S3' T. Wees, his son, and a nephew, S^L-r started for Ontario on a visit on Tuesday. WANTED: A good girl for gen eral housework. Apply at the resi dence of Prof. W. B. Walters. Cold weather, poor sleighing, dull times, and no money sizes up the situation as we go to press. Rev. and Mrs. James Moody, of St. Hilaire arrived Tuesday to visit friends in this city for a few days. George Butler received a severe kick in the face Sunday from a sta' lion which had...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 December 1893

THE MESSAGE. 1 President Cleveland's Review of American Afiair3. Peaceful Relations with All For eign Countries. Hawaiian Affairs to Bo the Subject of a Special Mossage. Effect of the Repeal of the Silver Purchasing Clause. Fraudulent Pensioners ScoredWork ings of the Civil Service Law. A Reform of the Tariff Policy an Abso lute Necessity. A LEN'GTHY DOCUMENT. WASHINGTON*, Dec. 4.The following Is the message of President Cleveland as transmitted to congress: To the eonjivs* of the United States: lhe constitutional Uu,y which requires the president lrotu tine to m* to give to the con ga ss Information oi the st.ite of the i.nii,n, und recommend to the consideration such meas ures a* he shall Judge neoessary an I i xpedient. 1s tittinsjly entered upon by eommenJi n/ to ttie congress a careful exam nat.ou of the detailed st.iieraenis and well supported recommi nia uom contained in the reports of the beads of departments, who are obit-fly charged aim the executive uorkof the government....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 December 1893

'tW*m* -r~3Ht~'*T!*?*3Fr*S*Sg'i "^'i?"? 'H$''^7*J^* mien heaf Jons P. MA.TT80N, Editor and Prop. WARREN, MINN. MR PLOD. [A Latter of Introduction.] T: you know my friend Plod? If you &<3 not, permit, nray, an admirer to make you acquainted: Bat do uot expout you will find him a wit, -sor a rerson whose portrait will ever pain'.oi. He's not brilliant or beautiful, that I allow Neither riches nor rank did he ever inherit N- the place in my favor he occupies now W as gained by moat common and work-a-day merit. Some ihere are even call quite stupid and slow They see in him nothing to claim their atten tion Jtrnl wonder how can one admire him so, Or deem him deserving such flattering men* ilou. However, I seldom have known htm to fall To accomplish a project, when rully deoldod: Ni matter what hardships his coarae might as sail, Nor how loudly by critics his scheme was de rided! He just sticks to his purpose and pushes ahead, O'ercoming a thousand gTuve trials and troubles: V'h re...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 7 December 1893

Si Warrgm^SheaP. J.P.\IATTSCL\\ Editor and Proprietor. Bffii**t Paporoi r/iarshall Ceisniy. tours^ W. 7// OO^I-ESS assembled in regular ses sion on Monday. Cleveland's mes sage is disappointment, and us usual, lie succeeds in saying* little in great many words. deals in words, theories unci flittering gener* nlities,andnol with facts and things On the great vital IMMIPH before the oountry he is practically silent, and not a single remedy propowd foi the present gient distress of the peo ple. I is a dull, vague mid indefinite documen t. Nor does he explain uhj the price of wheat \un down when the Sherman bill was repealed. Cleve land's messages are getting to beoJd chestnutsnotwotth to crack. SOLIWL Doc 2 Is9.1 A literary society was organized ^district No 2 8 of this town, Nov, 27, 1893, The following officers were elected: Win, Forsberg, presi dent Hans Hanson, vice president Sophia Torsberg, secretary Mniy Hanson, treasurer. A constitution, consisting of twelve ni tides, was adopt...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 December 1893

Volume XIV. Home and County News Firemen's Masquerade Ball Dec 25th. If you want to get the news, subscribe lor the SHEAF. Miss Grnce Stone is teaching: school in Kempton, N. D. Loughrulge hnf returned with some good horses. See his announce ment. Notice the advertisement of Mil linery goods at half price at WHIT NEY'S. If you want to reach the people of Marshall county, advertise in the SHEAF. Let Berget. the photoaraplar, have a shot at you before Christmas See his ad. The home of John Lindberg was made happy by the arrival of.a baby girl on Tuesday. A son of Henry Schey, of Alma, was reported very sick with typho pneumonia last week. WANTED: A good girl for gen 4eral honseworh.. Apply at the resi denoe of Prof. W. 11. Walters. Enough snow fell Sunday night and on Monday to make sledding very g'ood. Since then the cold has, been intense. You can subscribe for any paper published in the world at the SHEAF office. Subscriptions received for all Sandin avian papers. An abundance of g...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 December 1893

id^m SI J iirrvn JOHN P, MAITSOX, Editor and Prop. WARRE N^ MINN RHO DE ISLAND has finally come around to the prevailing method of choosing elective officers by plurality votes VmsoRBB EULA-LIA is now one of the Daughters of the American Revolution A fter much research it was discovered that one of her remote collateral ances tors se nt a box of cigars to George Washington. THERE is a hole in Yellowstone park supposed to be a "dry geyser," which is believed to be "bottomless. Three thousand feet of line with weights at tached, has been let do wn into it with out meeting v\ ith obstructions. A BoaTOMAN recently deceased left a collection of autographs valued at $25,000. This is nothing. We know of several gentlemen whose autugiaphs would bring a million dollarsif signed at tho bottom of a bank check. FROM Asia and Africa come com plaints that the elephant is becoming extinct and from Florida comes the cry that the alligators are in danger of ex termination. It is estimated that dur i...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 December 1893

PERFECT TONE, ACTION, FRAMEWORK. AND FINISH HAVE AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AMD PRICES TheGotnettPianoCo. B.rnl Sump fir iL'iiutrated Trloo Li.t. TheSchumatshsi Gymnasium Co, S! i WANTED LIVE AGENTS! Upson Hart Co. Cnionyille, Conn. ^t4f^4AAAAAAAAAA*A Scientific American Agency for I LlQHT. CAVEATS, ADS MARK9, DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etcJ JTor Information and free Handbook write to MUN-N' & CO., S81 JJllOAVWAY, NEW YORIT. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Xrcry patent taken out by us is brought before the public by & notice given free of clings in the- Largest circulation of any scientific paper In the world. Splendidly illustrated. No Intelligent man should be without it. Weekly, S3.00 a yeart Sl.&OsIx mouths. AcldresB MUNN & CO* PUBU3UXR3,301 Broadway, New York City. Mention this paper. 0 /arranted for 10 years. I GRACEFUL. To Ye. Who Have Little Faith 525-531W. 24 St,. NEW YORK- BOSTON CHESTW EICH FOR YOUR HOME. 0 1...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 December 1893

..^....-^..I^^y 3? y*' La 1 B!ft9 Yr"1 T% HAVE $%?*5T--iTH.Zi* ^aXfW^'^Wf^f%MT^^^^^Wf' Sf^BffW* (&ras*os. TONE, ACTION, FRAME WORK AND FINISH PERFECT AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 6 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES. The CoraettPianoCo.,sa^To^ BOSTON CHESTW E,CH FOR YOUR HOME. "N S.nd Stamp fur Jl'.ualraUd Price 14,1. TheSchumacherGymnasium Co, WANTED LIVE AGENTS In every town la each state to sell our Solid Columbian A Silver Table Knives and horks these goods are not A plated goods but solid, and A will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter A the prices of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and we warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the motey, a gu .rantcc will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputat.on of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on recieptof25 cents, for which we will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents ...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 December 1893

&mf ftrs.V ^^^^^^^^gj^^^^^g^ei^^^^l^^^ij^^^^p^^^s^^^ik-3-,^^^s-^^^^j^W%^^^f^#^^H^i Itnd SUMP ft* lUwtraUd Frio* Uat. TheSchumacherGymnasium Co, *V. WANTED LIVE AGENTS In every town In each atate 2 to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and Forksthes goods are not A plated goods but solid, and wi ll hold their color equal to A sterling silver goods and wi ll cost only about one-quarter 2 the prices of solid sterling 2 silver. The goods are sold by agents only and warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the money, a gu .rantee will go with each cozen and backed up by an eld reliable company which has the reputat.on of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on recieptofss cents, for which will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from i to 25 dollars per day. -ADDRESS- Mot Information and free Handbook write to HUNN CO.. 861 BKOADWAT, NEW YORK. Oldest bureau for securing patents America. Krery patent taken out by as is brought b...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 14 December 1893

1 *...ei,ij aj a -ir Warren Sheaf. J.P.MATT80N, Editor and Proprietor. Oifisial Pa?orof Marshall County. Thursday, Dec. 14th, 189). S. M. On EN, editor of Farm Rtock & Home will spenk at the meeting of the Polk oounty Allinnco, nt Crook ston, Dec. 27th. "BoYs"said the professor, '-when I am eudeavoring to explain to you the peculiarities of the monkey 1 wish you would look straight at me." CONGRESSMAN Boen favors nn in come tox with $3000 n^ the mini mum income to be tated. All right, Mr. B., that lets us out, and most of the people of this county. THERE is hardly a question but what the Hon, Knute Nelson will be re-nominnted for governor, and will be elected by a much larger majority than last year. So far, his adminis tration has much to commend and little to criticise Anoka Union. THK nnnrchists in the Old World are gettiug to be desperate. Last week a bomb was thrown in the Freneh chamber of deputies, Paris, and ahout sixty persons were injur ed by the explosion. Is there no...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 December 1893

11'"-. Merry Christmas. Subscribe for the SHEAF. Born: To Mr. mid Mrs. J. N. Blrtwd on Monthly morning this week,fteon. W. W. Wood is now buying wheat ontl nil other kinds of grain tit the little mill elevator. A bright nntl bonny daughter wa born to Prof, and Mrs. W B. Walters on Monday rooming. Gill Noo was born at the home of Judge Urindeland on Tuesday morning, this week. All is well. Gardner Wqolery has the con tract for putting down an nrtesian well at the residence of Judge ficiiKtekuni.. y^p-. v. j] You can subscribe for any pnper published in the world at the SHEAF office. Subscriptions received for all Scandinavian papers. Eugene Dady lejfc Monday for Wabasha, Minn,, being| summoned there by a telegram announcing .the serious illness of his mother. MARRIED: By Rev. O. S. Wer ner on Doc. 17, 1893, at Warren, Louis M. England and Erika Penr son, both of Kittson county. Miss Nellie Rokke has moved in to Warren and will start in with Dressmaking. She will keep her shop over J....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 December 1893

if I \r umsu jtM i i JOHN P. MATTSON, Editor and Prop. WARREN] I "I 7~ MINN SIB EDWIX ABNOLD says there are thirty thousand poets in England No wonder there is such general discon tent TH"B question as to whether winter toratuenoes on the 1st or 22d of Decem ber is not of special interest this win ter. It is here, and there is an end to discussion. ADVERTISING is part of the news of the day. Tt is, moreover, news that Interests the people vitally because financially. The best business men un uerstand this. THE secretary of agriculture in his nunual report recommends legislation compelling the immediate destruction of any animal or carcass condemned by United Status inspectors. THE dependent relatives of the Ital ians who were lynched in New Orleans have been awarded judgment in the United States circuit court against the city for 86,000 in each case. ACCORDING to the report of the com missioner of Indian affairs the Indian is advancing in civilization and at the same time increasing...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 December 1893

f*-s. ^m^Jr HAVE PERFECT TONE, ACTION. FRAMEWORK. AND FINISH AND MODERATE PRICES. GUARANTEED 8 YEARS. SEND FOR CIRCULAR AND PRICES TbeComettPianoCo.,52^.1' BOSTON CHESTVVEICHT FOR YOUR HOME. Bind Sump I lcatrited Frio* List. Tha Schumashsr Gymnasium Co. WIS I WANTED LIVE AGENTS? In every town in each state to sell our Solid Columbian Silver Table Knives and forks these goods are not plated goods but solid, and will hold their color equal to sterling silver goods and will cost only about one-quarter the prn.cs of solid sterling silver. The goods are sold by agents only and we warrant them to stand the test of years or refund the mor.ey, gu rantee will go with each dozen and backed up by an old reliable company which has the reputat on of making the best goods on the market. Samples sent on rccieptofas cents, for which we will for ward you our prices and dis count to agents. Agents make from 10 to as dollars per day. ADDRESS Upson & Hart Co. Unionville, Coon. Mention this paper. L...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 December 1893

ajv J I warrfcn an-ear^? J.P.MATTSON, ditor and Proprietor. /iJUl Parrot Marshall County. Tbnrsday, Dec* 2/s/, 189}. THE SHKAF wislws all its Mailers merry Christmas ami a happy New Year. May it abundance of heav enly aud-earthly blessings ifteshower od upon you all at tlu great Christ mas festival, throughout the en tiri* new .v? r. "THK fnmons Jnw s5t hrought 1 Ji.*we P. Purity v#dns J. .1. Hill in vol via* $."Mm,Ooo, hs been due-id- *4 by tkeanpreme court i lie Unit ed State* in favor of Hill. The town f Fiirley ncrosrf the. lino in Polk county tifiiucl nftor Uii nmn t\ ir POI.IOF. otlieerT'Wdten, ot Crooks ton, who shot Andrew Thompson in ttoe depot nt (Vn!.sfou couple wwk njro. was indirtfd for uiun vdnughter in the lirt derive by the fCmud Jury of I'olk county. Th co roner's jury hud exhonenited the officer, nnd reached the conclusion that the shooting as done, in self defense. THE Marshall County Alliance will hold a mass meeting at the Odd Fel lowa' Hall, at Stephen, on Dec....

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 December 1893

CHR1STMAS,189S. ^0 faffM* l| 1 "=fgER~5IllKe ^SSpKHnaMON'T TA LK o' 1'I^^Br Chris'masgood- $ 'XT^ST!^ ness me 1 It's nolhin' like it ust to be, When me an' Honk an' Poke an' Jake 'Ld whet our teeth on sorghum cake The kind that mothi* ust to make, Until our very jaws Ud ache An' stand a.round the pot o' laid That she 'ad hung out in the yard, An' watch the doughnuts bilin' hard An' lookin' fat an' crisp an' brown, As they wus bobbin' up an' down. With dirty faces, greasy paws An' happy hearts we waited 'cause Wo knowvd them things meant Santa Claus. Ther' aim no Chris'masNo, siree! It's nothin' like it ust to be. Don't speak o' pies, sirmercy sake! Ther' nothin' like she ust to bake Fer me an' Hank an' Poke an' Jake Ther's Doc an' Sam I 'most tergot An' we'd eat 'em sizzlin' hot. An' cough an' choke the tears 'Id rise An' burn an' smart our hungry eyes, Fer eatin' them 'ere hot mince pies. An' Chris'mas eve that stingy Doc 'Ld alluz aim to hang his sock Right underneath the wooden c...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Warren sheaf. — 21 December 1893

CHR!ST7MS,189S. WAS when the leaves, all gold and Were lightly flit- ting from the bough. That Tommy to his mother said "'Twill soon be Christmas now! I hope that Santa Glaus will bring A lot of things for me this year I'll be as glad as anything When Christmas morning's here. I hope he'll bring a scarlet sled, For gliding swiftly down the hill. And that with candies green and red My stocking long he'll fill I want a little gun to pop The kitten when she's fast asleep, I want a pretty humming top, I want some bleating sheep. I want a book of fairy tales, 1 want a nest of picture blocks, I want a boat that swims with sails, I want a jaok in box." ONE WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS. This morn said Tommy, full of glee, As to his mother dear he ran Old Santa Ciaus indeed must be, A very nice old manI" Then shouting in his boundless joy. He soon relief in dancing found, And was indeed the happiest boy For miles and miles around. I know he heard me when I told You,mother.what I wished he'd bring B...

Publication Title: Warren Sheaf
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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